Clinics & Services
MSK Triage is operated two to three times per week by a Physiotherapist who can assist with a wide range of Musculo-skeletal problems. Please ask at reception to book an appointment
Antenatal Appointments are available with all the Doctors
Times can vary, please check with reception.
Well Woman Clinic
For family planning, contraceptive advice, cervical smears and breast examinations, HRT checks and advice.
for the fitting, checking and removal if IUCD's - both Dr Day and Dr Cassidy offer this service.
We provide clinics for blood tests daily - however all fit and able patients are encouraged to go to the service at Queen Alexandra Hospital as we are only able to provide a limited number of appointments for blood tests. Details of opening times are displayed in the practice.
Child Health Surveillance
Babies' six to eight week check at the time of postnatal. Developmental clinic at eight months (arranged by the health visitor).
Health Care Assistant Clinics
Run by our health care support worker which incorporates NHS Health Checks (by invite letter only), BP checks, ECGs, tympanometry.
Childhood Vaccination Clinic
Run by our nurses on Tuesdays 2.00 to 4.00pm.
Performed by Dr Drake and Dr Swindells. Procedures will include joint/muscular injections, excisions, incisions, aspirations, cryotherapy and cautery.
Private procedures also provided - please visit:
Influenza Vaccination Clinic
Yearly in October/November for all patients at risk, eg patients over 65 or patients with respiratory or heart conditions, asthmatics, diabetics etc.
This is for the same category of patients who receive the flu vaccination and is usually a once only vaccination. Appointments are bookable with the nurse.
Alcohol Intervention Service
The Alcohol Interventions Team (AIT) offers support, information, advice and signposting to individuals who drink above 'safe' levels of alcohol for whatever reason.
Verity is the Alcohol Interventions Practitioner covering the Drayton Surgery. If you feel you would benefit from support to make changes to your alcohol use, please either discuss a referral to the AIT with your GP, or call 02392 841753 to make a self-referral. An appointment can be arranged at the Drayton Surgery or at a more convenient location for you.